Summary: I love this product and thought I could be careful and use it with my laptop. Nope, the first few weeks were good it worked like a charm until I started using my laptop as, well, a laptop and not in its normal desk position. I was sitting on the couch (I move a lot when I'm on the computer) trying to get comfy when the side of my laptop hits the side of the couch and the long receiver snaps against the couch.
Pros: good battery life , low battery light , fits my hand perfectly , long transmitting distance
Cons: long reciver , too small for some people , desktop only
Summary: Overall optical response on the mouse is good. However, placing the USB receiver on the other side of my laptop (opposite the mouse) causes decreased functionality to the point of inoperability. The On/off button on the mouse is a little hard to operate (requires a fingernail and some patience). The 10-key pad works well.
Summary: I owned it briefly and returned because not mac compatible. Seemed to work fine when I installed it on my PC- mouse/keypad was about 3 feet away from the antennea on my desktop. I think you should pay attention to the user's manual- perhaps "Fan" is not a fan of reading. If it loses its connection you can reset it with a push button on each device, you shouldn't need to reinstall. However, in my brief ownership, I did have to reset it once.
Summary: I purchased the wireless version after I upgraded my iPAQ to Windows Mobile 03 software and couldn't get the drivers on my old Targus keyboard to work anymore. Too bad. Overall the keyboard isn't bad. It works fine. My biggest problem with it is the size of the keyboard. It's noticeably smaller. I use it primarily to take notes in meetings and am constantly hitting the wrong key because it's just not sized like a regular keyboard.
Compatible with HP products but has several trojan horses
Kapil Chhabria "themasterofpuppets", Amazon
27 May 2004
Summary: Certainly as it claims, a universal keyboard or atleast compatible with HP IPAQ models 2200 and above. The keyboard does have a smooth response, i.e. no elf effect and yes cursor keys though absent are substituted with func+mouse. however, here is the biggest flaw in the device. since the device is folded in half to conserve space, the spacebar is split into two and is not that easy to handle.
Summary: This handy keyboard, full size, does NOT work with the Tungsten T3 in spite of "universal" lable and implications of its working with the T3 in some reviews. The T3 is too big for the holder's wire guides. I have always enjoyed Targus products but I was very displeased to find this product so physically inadequate, not just for the T3. The plastic is flimsy, the IR port is clever but poorly designed, and the keyboard has some funny layout aspects.